Kurt Schlichter tweets spoiler alert on how NY AG’s ‘dog’s breakfast’ of a lawsuit against Trump will go

Townhall’s Kurt Schlichter issued a detailed spoiler alert on Twitter Wednesday about what was likely to happen in the New York lawsuit brought against former President Donald Trump.

Summary? Another screeching round of hoopla followed inevitably, again, by a heaping pile of disappointment.

First, the predicate. Letitia James has chosen this moment, less than two months from the midterms, to serve Trump in her vindictive, spurious lawsuit. That’s right, lawsuit. This is not a criminal case, despite what you might think from listening to the news.

Once again, a leftist claims there are not two sets of laws for people in this nation, even though a glance at the Clintons, the Bidens, or the one-sided activity of the FBI would strongly suggest otherwise.

Kurt Schlichter did not get sidetracked with that, instead donning his attorney credentials and starting in with a question: “Anyone interested in how the Trump civil lawsuit will go? Should I forgo billing for a moment to explain it to you?”

Then he began his discourse.

Next, he denigrates the claim.

Schlichter concedes that “Other causes of action may have damages allegations – we’ll see,” but then he returns to the fact that “there are plenty of other grounds to move to dismiss that just leap off the page.”

Getting down to the nitty-gritty, Schlichter explains why James went with a civil suit rather than a criminal case:

Then he impeaches the timing.

Finally, the inevitable result and summary of James’ purpose.

Schlichter’s brief course on Twitter was preceded by Jennifer Rubin’s comparatively vacuous tirade on Monday.

This one should make you wonder why Rubin has ever been taken seriously by anyone:

Oh, boy! Mic drop!

It is rather safe to say that Schlichter made the more compelling points, having brought at least a few facts to light.

It is hard to remember the last time WaPo’s supposedly-conservative-but-loved-on-cable-news-’cause-she-hates-Trump Jennifer Rubin was ever right about anything. On Monday, Jennifer Rubin said that people raising their hands for Donald Trump at his Ohio rally on Saturday “bore an uncanny resemblance to the infamous Nazi salute.”

Twitter is not the only platform lighting up on this NY lawsuit story. Donald J. Trump himself has sounded off on Truth Social, the posts from which can now be shared.




One wonders why Letitia James would want to risk the embarrassment of a dismissal. But remember, these people don’t get embarrassed. The truly hilarious comedian Sebastian Maniscalco has a whole comedy special where he asks, “Aren’t you embarrassed?” We live in a time where people don’t strive to avoid stigma and embarrassment like they used to. Just visit Libs of TikTok on Twitter.

James is not embarrassed. She likely never will be. She is merely part of the pattern. Accuse, accuse, accuse. Then downplay the result and claim that she was right. It is still claimed among liberal channels that Trump colluded with the Russians. They still believe it. Mueller, Strzok, McCabe, et al are not embarrassed.

After a brief lull to focus on the evil Ron DeSantis, hyperventilating about Trump is back in style.


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